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Sedlec-Prčice

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Sedlec-Prčice
Town
Saint Lawrence Church in Prčice
Saint Lawrence Church in Prčice
Flag of Sedlec-Prčice

Flag
Coat of arms of Sedlec-Prčice

Coat of arms
Sedlec-Prčice is located in Czech Republic
Sedlec-Prčice
Sedlec-Prčice
Location in the Czech Republic
Coordinates: 49°34′03″N 14°31′50″E / 49.56750°N 14.53056°E / 49.56750; 14.53056
CountryCzech Republic
RegionCentral Bohemian
DistrictPříbram
First mentioned11th century
Government
 • MayorMarie Kovalová
Area
 • Total64.11 km2 (24.75 sq mi)
Elevation
407 m (1,335 ft)
Population
(2006)
 • Total2,819
 • Density44/km2 (110/sq mi)
Time zoneUTC+1 (CET)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+2 (CEST)
Postal code
257 91

Sedlec-Prčice is a town in the Czech Republic. The town is sixty kilometers south of Prague.

There is an old synagogue on the town square that now hosts a small factory that makes sporting equipment.[1]

Located in a field somewhere beyond the town is the old Jewish cemetery, founded in 1867.[1] There are still said to be a small number of gravestones hidden in the overgrowth. The cemetery is owned by the local Jewish community.[2]

With all the Jews gone, a centuries-old interdependent community slowly built up and enriched by diverse connections, perspectives and a wholeness and continuity between the physical and the spiritual is gone along with them. That was destroyed one September morning in 1942 when eight families, twenty-six Jews, were deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp.

References

  1. ^ a b Kuča, Karel (2004). Města a městečka v Čechách, na Moravě a ve Slezsku 6 (Pro-Sto) (in Czech). Prague: Libri. pp. 592–600. ISBN 80-7277-040-3.
  2. ^ GemeindeView:Prcice, The Web Encyclopedia of Jewish Communities In Bohemia and Moravia, accessed April, 2009


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